March 02, 2021

Mark Schlissel

  1. September 11, 2020

    Schlissel, Collins say U-M committed to engaging with campus

    U-M is committed to engaging with members of its community as it grapples with the coronavirus pandemic and other issues affecting the campus and country, President Mark Schlissel and Provost Susan Collins said.

  2. July 9, 2020

    Schlissel, Collins outline fall plans to faculty at town hall

    U-M will test students for coronavirus, allow highly at-risk faculty to teach remotely, and implement other measures aimed at keeping people safe while preserving as much in-person instruction as possible this fall.

  3. June 12, 2020

    Schlissel stresses need to work from home, shares fall planning strategy

    President Mark Schlissel reminded U-M faculty and staff who can work from home to continue to do so and reiterated the hope of a public health-informed fall semester on all three campuses.

  4. June 2, 2020

    President Schlissel issues COVID-19 update; decries ‘pestilence of racism’

    The coronavirus situation is gradually improving but the “persistent and appalling pestilence of racism” continues across the nation, President Mark Schlissel said in a pair of emails to the U-M community.

  5. May 29, 2020

    On the Agenda: We need to bring about change

    President Mark Schlissel issued a statement condemning the actions that caused the recent deaths of three African Americans, as well as “violence against people of color from all across our nation, including in our surrounding community.”

  6. April 28, 2020

    U-M eyeing resumption of some activity on campus

    President Mark Schlissel says he is “cautiously optimistic” U-M will be able to deliver “as much in-person instruction as possible” during the fall semester, but many questions remain about how that will be accomplished.

  7. April 9, 2020

    U-M campuses plan alternatives to celebrate Class of 2020

    With the COVID-19 pandemic canceling U-M’s traditional Spring Commencement activities, the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses are designing alternative ways to recognize the Class of 2020.

  8. April 6, 2020

    President Schlissel thanks employees, says ‘more difficult decisions ahead’

    As U-M faces an undetermined period of uncertainty and upheaval driven by COVID-19, President Mark Schlissel is thanking faculty and staff for their response so far and preparing them for difficult decisions ahead.

  9. March 6, 2020

    New statement regarding reports of misconduct by Robert E. Anderson

    The Board of Regents and President Mark Schlissel say they are “profoundly grateful to our courageous alumni who have stepped forward to hold our University accountable” in the sexual misconduct case of the late U-M physician Robert E. Anderson.

  10. February 25, 2020

    University issues update regarding sexual misconduct reports

    President Mark Schlissel and the Board of Regents promise U-M will undertake “an unflinching review of the facts — wherever they may lead” regarding allegations of sexual abuse reported by patients of the late U-M physician Robert E. Anderson.